Bobby Sethi Deputy Director of Research for Aerospace, Transport and Manufacturing Cranfield University

Dr. Bobby Sethi (FHEA, PhD) is the Deputy Director of Research for the Cranfield University, School of Aerospace, Transport and Manufacturing. He is a Senior Lecturer in Gas Turbine Combustion and Environmental Impact as well as the Leader of the Cranfield University Technoeconomic Environmental Risk Assessment (TERA) for civil aviation in the Propulsion Engineering Centre. He is also a Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy.

His research is focused on investigating the technical, environmental and economic benefits, and risks associated with novel, disruptive technologies for civil aviation. His specific area of expertise is in numerical and experimental research of hydrogen and other low emissions combustion systems. He is the coordinator of the ongoing EU H2020 ENABLEH2 project. He has made significant contributions to a number of past EU H2020 and Framework Program projects including ULTIMATE, LEMCOTEC, CLEAN SKY 1 (SGO-ITD and TE), CLEAN SKY 2 (DEMOS), DREAM, NEWAC, VITAL and VIVACE. He has co-authored 32 journal and 75+ conference papers, and has supervised 23 PhD and 130+ MSc students.